I'm confused @Tahli (it doesn't take much, lol.)
If, for example, you are 6 weeks pregnant, you should be able to see a sac at the very least, and probably a fetal pole, yolk sac and potentially a heartbeat too. At least, that is what my FS told me...
So if your HCG was, say, 700 at 6 weeks, and they scanned and couldn't see anything, wouldn't that mean the pregnancy was non-viable anyway, even though your HCG is under 1000?
I know with natural conception there can be date discrepancies, but IVF is kind of a sure thing as far as dates go. So I guess my question is, why is there a 'limit' on what your HCG is to be scanned? And would that mean, for example, if your HCG was 900 at 8 weeks gestation, they still wouldn't scan you? Because I would have thought that a pregnancy with 800 HCG at 8 weeks would be non viable?
Or am I looking at it wrong, lol......